The Kuleana Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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We started the day early as we are still adjusting to the six hour time difference. We were asleep by 9 last night and awakened at 5:45am this morning as the sun rose. We decided to take it easy and relax today by starting out at the 8:30 am continental breakfast and briefing. We ended up winning a snorkeling trip so we have planned that for …
After a 5a.m. alarm, we were on the road to LAX by 6:05. Arrived in plenty of time to have breakfast at Ruby's in the airport. We boarded at 8:30am (PST), arriving at Kahului Airport at 11:07 (HAST), a five hour and 25 minute flight.
We had explored most of what the west coast of the island had to offer, and were itching to explore the eastern side, so we set off before 8am towards Kahului. Our main goal was to drive along at least a portion of the Hana Highway and see the lush, green landscape on the wetter side of the island. The road to Hana is famous for it's beauty and for …
... was well worth it. Glad we brought our hiking shoes.
Then we traveled on a challenging road going around the island. We stopped along a couple of art galleries and some other shops. On the road we were forced to cross a river flowing over the road. But hey, if the truck could make it so could our Sonic!! We also saw a bunch of waterfalls and learned how a school bus and our ...
We hit the roads on Tuesday. After a couple of poolside mornings, we were ready to explore... Maui boasts that 45 kms of its 190 km coastline are pristine and very spectacular beaches. They are not wrong. You feel as if you are continually driving through a lush tropical paradise ( reminiscent from the scenes of Lost'. As well as the obviously expected palms, Frangipani, bougainvillea, hibiscus and Maui's official flower, the super fragrant Lokelani, everywhere...in the gardens ...